Urban sociology

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  • Urban Gentrification Sociology

    The Impact of Gentrification on Urbanism __________________________________________________________________________________ Introduction Today, most urban development results in or is an influence of gentrification. As is claimed by Vicario and Martinez Monje, “Since the late 1970s, it has become increasingly apparent that the gentrification phenomenon should not be seen as an individual, isolated outcome of residential rehabilitation, but as an integral part of a much broader, deeper process of urban restructuring” (2003, p.2383). The term gentrification was first coined by Ruth Glass in 1964 describing the changes that were observed in the social structure and housing market of inner London. However, the definition since then has widened…

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  • Urban Psychology

    Although socioeconomic status and pre-K involvement both clearly correlate to kindergarten readiness in urban areas and particularly within Memphis, there are other, larger urban processes at work within the setting of urban Memphis. One of these processes is urban psychology. Urban psychology relates the interactions of the people to their surroundings and how these interactions shape the children. These surroundings for a pre-kindergarten child can include the home environment, which has…

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  • Lost In Translation Film Analysis

    Reflection 1: Lost in the City Artistic representations of life allow for a visceral expression of concepts that are commonly known. Anonymity is a feeling that most urban dwellers experience. This can be seen on any form of public transit where hundreds of people will be crammed into a train and yet there will be silence. As Tonkiss notes, this requires a sort of "special urban trick" that urban dwellers perform to keep their distance socially despite being in close physical proximity (2003,…

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  • Dhaka City Essay

    Urban sociology studies the life and human interactions in the city. The social life in the twenty first century consists of both the traditional and familiar trends as well as the new developing trends (Sassen, 2006). Hence, living in the cities is always exciting as well as complicated. Dhaka is a city which has a history of more than 400 years. In 1610, Dhaka was named as Jahangirnagar by subedar Islam Khan Chishti. Many of the famous infrastructures were built during the British and Mughal…

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  • Community Service Proposal

    not the individual. When people live closely together each individual may only pollute a small amount but when every individuals ' actions are put together the damage we are doing to the Earth is far beyond repairable. Hardin states in his article Tragedy of the Commons, "The rational man finds that his share of the cost of the wastes he discharges into the commons is less than the cost of purifying his wastes before releasing them. Since this is true for everyone, we are locked into a system of…

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  • Urbanization: Small Towns Vs Urban Environments

    Urban versus Small Towns Due to the rapid growth of urbanization, a massive gap has been created between urban environments and small towns. These communities have distinct features which measure their own kind of uniqueness, their own set of attributes, how they shape human relations and cultures, as well as the amount of freedom people living in the communities have. Urban environments and small towns differentiate from one another in three main aspects which are in their numbers, density,…

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  • Causes And Consequences Of Overcrowding

    Overcrowding has been an issue for decades; however, due to growing population sizes, its negative social consequences are progressively worsening. Large cities and other urban developments attract people for many different reasons. As Steven E. Barkan, a professor in Sociology at the University of Maine, explains, cities provide it all: entertainment, cultural attractions, and employment opportunities (Barkan, 2012). Similarly, living in a city allows for easy access to public transportation,…

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  • Lewis Munford's The Natural History Of Urbanization

    INTRODUCTION: William Little (Introduction to Sociology - 1st Canadian Edition) defines urbanization as the study of the social, political and economic relationship in cities. One of those urbanization sociologists to have put in a lot of effort to study urbanization was a Professor of city planning called Lewis Munford. He was also an “architectural critic, urban planner, and historian who analyzed the effects of technology and urbanization on human societies throughout history” (Encyclopedia…

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  • William H. Whyte Sociology

    best known for The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces a textbook study of behaviour in public space. Set mainly in 1970s Midtown Manhattan, the book and associated documentary concentrated on how people interacted with the physical design of modernist public space. His focus was on “exchange, the most vital measure of the city’s intensity”. Lesser known is Whyte’s commitment to theoretical framing for understanding this intensity and how his research into the behaviour of the everyday users of…

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  • Social Landscape Case Study Essay

    Urban Social Landscape Transition Study with Social Dimension and Social Dissimilarity Perspective: Case Study of Wuhan, China Abstract: The main objective is to diagnose the spatio-temporal features of urban social landscape transitions. To achieve the objective, the research are broken down into three questions. (1) What are the principal urban social dimensions and the transitions? (2) How social dissimilarity presents the spatial features of the social dimensions? (3) What could the social…

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